Family Tour to explore BeijingVisiting Mutianyu Great Wall, Forbidden City & Tiananmen Square with your family or friends only is the main content of this Beijing Family Day Tour.During the travel,you can share the happiness and excitement with the people you love.You can not miss this Beijing Highlight Day Tour.
Pick up from your downtown hotel in Beijing and have half day excursion to the Mutianyue Great Wall (2 hours) , the most beautiful section of the all 5 sections of the Great Wall in Beijing. The hike takes about 2-3 hours. It has an extemely beautiful natural landscape once you are up on the wall, green, densely wooded. This section of the Great Wall is comparatively smoother than most of other sections. After lunch, head back to the downtown Beijing to Forbidden City ( 2 hours) , the Chinese imperial palace from the mid-Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. For almost 500 years, it served as the seat-bed of the Emperors in Ming and Qing Dynasties as well as the ceremonial and political centre of Chinese government. Then visit Tiananmen Square (40 minutes), the largest public square of this kind in the world. Located in the heart of Beijing City, it is the site for massive parades and rallies, which is the largest square of this kind in the world. This was the site when in 1949, from a rostrum on Tiananmen (the Gate of Heavenly Peace), Chairman Mao proclaimed the establishment of the People's Republic of China. Transferred back to your hotel in Beijing.
|Travelling Party||Tour Cost Per Person|
|10 persons up||$74|
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Feb 1, 2008 Jane, It was indeed a pleasure finally meeting you last Friday. I would like to thank you for all the hard work in preparing my brief but enjoyable journey to Mainland China. I would be pleased to respond to your questions regarding my trip. I truly enjoyed the intimacy of the tour not a bus full of strangers but a small number of your friends and family.The trip made me feel like a tr ... more
US | 2009-01-30